Tuna Can Swing Out Storage Idea


Tuna Can Swing Out Storage Idea


Tuna Can Swing Out Storage Ideas
Tuna Can Swing Out Storage Ideas

Turn old tuna cans into handy storage for little odds and ends with this simple recycled craft idea. Whether you use it in your office, bathroom, or kitchen, this Tuna Can Swing Out Storage Idea is a great way to repurpose metal tuna cans into storage for small items. This easy recycled craft idea also uses scrap paper, plastic straws, and leftover iron pipe, so that you're turning trash into something sustainable and practical. This small storage idea can be used to store office supplies, hair accessories, or even coffee and sugar packets, so that no matter where you live, you'll find a use for this project. Make some much needed storage and help the planet in the process with this upcycled storage idea.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsRecycled Materials, Other

Primary TechniqueRepurposing


Project TypeMake a Project

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What a neat organizer. The size of the tuna cans makes them perfect for small trinkets like crafting beads and pins or an assortment of tea bags. I love how much information there was in the making of the swing out storage. The author made so many mistakes along the way which gave us tips on how to make the project easier.

This is a great up-cycle idea! To clean my tuna cans I use vinegar and baking soda. First I rinse out the cans, sprinkle with baking soda then poor in some vinegar. Let it set until the bubbles stop. Rub with a soft cloth and rinse again. Let dry. Works great. Back to the Tuna Can Swing Out Storage Idea. This will be a nice to have sitting on my craft table, filled with all the small tools I need to keep in one place. Love this craft idea. Thank you so much for sharing this thrifty idea.

I think this is a really cute idea and I love been able to use throw away household items to make function things with so I love this idea but I have washed tuna cans in the past and I find it really difficult to get the smell out of them, does anyone have any tips for this?


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